Charleston attorney Tommy Reynolds recently donated land to the city that he and other officials hope will one day serve as the site for a community swimming pool.
The Sumner Volunteer Fire Department on Monday took delivery of a GSI brand Res-Q-Tube.
The 60-inch tall, 27-pound aluminum shield is designed to fit around the victim of a grain bin entrapment situation.
UPDATE (Thursday, Oct. 31):
The Mississippi State Department of Health's Bureau of Public Water Supply has LIFTED the boil-water alert issued Monday, Oct. 28, for the Town of Webb.
A Charleston man died after being shot Tuesday afternoon on Marshall Street Extended, just outside the city limits.
Tallahatchie County Coroner Ginger Meriwether identified the victim as Robert Earl Holmes, 25, of 19 Nell St., Charleston.
The Charleston High School Tigers' varsity football regular-season finale will be played at M.S. Palmer High School in Marks on Friday, Nov. 1, with kickoff at 7 p.m.